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Waters Edge Tour Clearwater FL

Written by  Angela LeMay
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Water's Edge Tour Clearwater FL

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Clearwater FL, June 2008 - The opening gala that commenced at Water’s Edge on May 23rd marked a brilliant light at the end of the tunnel of the seemingly unending residential construction in Downtown Clearwater. Roughly 200 visitors comprised of potential buyers, realtors and city councilmen were wined and dined at Water’s Edge Sales Center located at 401 Cleveland Street in
Downtown Clearwater. The guests were escorted in small groups over to the massive 26-floor luxury residential condominium building to tour one of the newly completed and elegantly decorated units (furnishings by Robb & Stucky).

Water’s Edge is slated to be the tallest building in downtown Clearwater hosting 153 luxury condominiums, a five-story parking garage and
10,000 square feet of retail space.Located on Clearwater Bluff - hence the name “Water’s Edge” - each unit has expansive windows to capture
breathtaking views everywhere you turn. This is the dawn of an entirely new style of Clearwater living with its sophistication of amenities, i.e. fitness
center, billiards room, and rooftop pool deck offered at Water’s Edge Towers. Coming in second to the finish line of exciting project completions this fall is Station Square. With its 15 stories, 126 residential condos and 10,000 square feet of street level retail as well as its proposed 100 additional public parking spaces, it will without a doubt enliven Cleveland Street and its surroundings. It goes without saying these projects play a vital role in the revitalization of Downtown Clearwater.

 

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